Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade r7 CGB MAX Fairway
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A great feel and certainly worth the price.
8 December 2011
Summary: I am 65 and have not been on the course many times. I took a couple of lessons about two months ago and have now played about 25 times. At this point I would rate this club a four. It feels good (light) and is forgiving. I am glad I purchased it. At least at this point I feel like I have to hit it perfectly to get a good shot. However, that may be me and my not yet consistant swing. I have had difficulty with any wood and now the hybrids.
Summary: Great club. Feels solid and straight when I hit the club. I bought it to match the r7 cgb MAX HT driver that I already have. The previous clubs that I had were stiff flex and I just don't hit the ball that hard any more so I bought regular flex. I would buy this one again. One caution is that you need to be careful about counterfeit clubs. Make sure that you are purchasing from a reputable dealer or you could spend a lot of money to get a piece of junk.
Summary: Like most people I struggle with long irons and I was always hitting short at around 200 yards, especially in the rough, but now with this 7 wood I can get on the green wihtout trying to hit a 3 or hard 4 iron. This really did complete my bag, I would tell anyone if you are struggling on the long irons get a 7 wood my handicap dropped becuase now those 440-480 yard holes I am on or at the green in 2...
Summary: I've only been playing golf for two years (59 years old). This 5 wood is just what I need. Very easy to hit and forgiving club. Ball launch is great--high and 15-20 yards more than my old one. Large volume club head delivers the distance more easily.